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  • Blog Post: Enabling Firefox support in Visual Studio 2008

    In the comments on a recent post a reader asked me how to enabled Firefox in Visual Studio 2008..   Luckily it is very easy..   You right click on the aspx page and select "Browser With"   Then select "FireFox"... You can also make it the default with the...
  • Blog Post: AjaxWorld Talk: Building Rich Internet Applications Using Microsoft Silverlight 2

    It was another fun day AjaxWorld .  I had a good time during my talk Silverlight 2 .    Silverlight is a cross-browser, cross-platform, cross-device.  Plug-in for building and delivering the next generation of .NET based media experiences and rich interactive applications for the...
  • Blog Post: AjaxWorld Talk: Building a Great Ajax application from Scratch

    I had a great time today at AjaxWorld during my talk on building a great Ajax Application from Scratch.  It was fun to get out from behind the powerpoint and show some real code!   For this demo, I only used freely available tools... In  particular everything I show works in Visual...
  • Blog Post: On My Way to AjaxWorld!

    I have very excited to be going to AjaxWorld in San Jose, CA next week.  I love getting a chance to get out of Redmond and talk to real-life developers and an industry wide event such as AjaxWorld gives me such a great opportunity to see what is going on in and outside of the Microsoft space. ...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft @ AJAXWorld

    While I am bummed that I am not able to go to AJAXWorld this time, I am super excited about some of the great stuff I see going on there. Joe Stagner is going to give a killer keynote on "AJAX in the balance". Joe totally gets open source, standards and sometimes, the need for full bet-your-business...
  • Blog Post: Ajax in the Balance Slides

    I have gotten a couple of asks for the actual slides from my AjaxWorld keynote last week. Ajax in the Balance I'd love to have your feedback\comments... And remember that plagiarism is the highest form of flattery ;-)
  • Blog Post: Good Response from AjaxWorld keynote

    We got some good feedback from my AjaxWorld keynote ... If you were there, I'd love to hear your feedback, thoughts... please comment here or drop me a line ... Microsoft Not a Cathedral; Open Source Not a Bazaar NEW YORK -- It's not every day that you see a Microsoft employee demonstrating...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft joins the OpenAjax Alliance

    I am super excited about the fact that Microsoft is joining the Open Ajax Alliance . The ASP.NET AJAX team has long had the goal to help evolve AJAX-style development and ensure a high degree of interopablity between Ajax Frameworks and tools. But most importantly I am excited to be able to empowering...
  • Blog Post: Great fun at AjaxWorld

    Well, I made it in to NYC early this morning for AjaxWorld … So far the conference has been very good... I am spending a bit of time honing the demos for my keynote Wednesday morning. If you are at the show, I hope you can come, I will be showing the ASP.NET AJAX , the Microsoft AJAX library and WPFE...
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